Part of AromaWeb's detailed Essential Oil Blending Guide, this is a detailed list of essential oils that are classified as base notes.
Essential Oil Blending Basics. Floral. i.e. Lavender, Neroli, Jasmine. Woodsy. (i.e. Pine, Cedar) Earthy. (i.e. Oakmoss, Vetiver, Patchouli) Herbaceous. (i.e. Marjoram, Rosemary, Basil) Minty. (i.e. Peppermint, Spearmint) Medicinal/Camphorous. (i.e. Eucalyptus, Cajuput, Tea Tree) Spicy. (i.e. Nutmeg, Clove, Cinnamon).
The perfumery note of an oil refers to the rate at which the oil evaporates. Top notes evaporate more quickly and base notes more slowly. As a result, top note .
Please note that determining which "notes" category an essential oil belongs to is. BASE/BOTTOM NOTES (~15-30% of the blend) are the foundation on which .
Essential oil notes are based on the musical scale and are referred to as top notes, middle notes, and base notes. The â€œnoteâ€ of an essential oil is determined by .
Most essential oils are broken down into 3 main categories: Top, Middle, Base. Top Notes (Head Notes) are the lightest in the blend. These are the essential oils